Donald J. HARLOW <[log in to unmask]> >In Esperanto, in case nobody else has sent it in: "Jen via lingvo". >Speaking of T-shirts, if anybody wants a laugh, check this one out: >http://homepages.go.com/homepages/e/s/p/esprimoj/shirts.html >(I'm going to get one for my collection...) >Don HARLOW Don, here's what they have for it at ... http://www.rhialto.easynet.co.uk/conlang/tee/tee.htm > Esperanto [Dr Zamenhof] >Via lingvo staru ci tie >let your language stay here >Esperanto was the earliest language constructed to be an international auxiliary language. >With such a pedigree, how could this not be included. However, its validity as an auxlang >has increasingly be questioned. It uses an extended Latin script. The 'C' >should have a circumflex above it. Translation provided by Christophe Grandsire. I did get after Fabian for the inaccurate description ;-))) Also they are looking for a gif that shows an accurate rendition of the script... if you want to submit one it they'd love it! Send it to Fabian [log in to unmask] The original sentence should read something to the effect of "Your language goes here" or "Place your language here". Oh, by the way, the Onklo Zam poster is a blast! Since, Jay B.